Automatic Doors

Automatic doors, also known as auto doors, open and close automatically upon detecting a person's presence, motion, or command. These doors have sensors, motors, and control systems that enable them to operate without manual intervention. Automatic doors are widely used in various settings, such as shopping malls, airports, hospitals, hotels, supermarkets, and commercial buildings, enhancing convenience, accessibility, and energy efficiency.

Types of Automatic Doors:

  • Sliding Automatic Doors: Sliding automatic doors are common in many public buildings. They feature panels that slide horizontally to open and close. These doors are space-efficient and provide a seamless entrance and exit experience.
  • Swing Automatic Doors: Swing automatic doors operate similarly to traditional hinged doors but are automated. Depending on the configuration and user requirements, they can swing open in both directions or just one way. These doors are suitable for areas with limited space.
  • Revolving Automatic Doors: Revolving automatic doors consist of multiple door panels arranged in a circular pattern. Users can enter or exit through the revolving compartments, and the door system rotates as people move, allowing for continuous traffic flow. These doors are energy-efficient as they prevent drafts and maintain indoor temperatures.
  • Folding Automatic Doors: Folding automatic doors, also known as bi-fold doors, consist of multiple panels that fold in a concertina style when the door is opened. These doors are ideal for spaces with limited lateral space and are often used in retail stores, restaurants, and conference centers.
  • Telescopic Automatic Doors: Telescopic automatic doors have multiple sliding panels that stack neatly behind each other when the door opens. These doors are suitable for wide entrances where space optimization is essential. Telescopic doors provide a wider clear opening compared to traditional sliding doors.
  • Hermetic Automatic Doors: Hermetic automatic doors are specialized doors designed for environments that require strict control over air quality and hygiene, such as hospitals, laboratories, and cleanrooms. These doors create a tight seal when closed, preventing the passage of air, dust, and contaminants.
  • Sensor Types: Automatic doors use sensors, including infrared, motion, pressure, and microwave, to detect people's presence. Infrared sensors detect body heat, motion sensors detect movement, pressure sensors respond to physical touch, and microwave sensors emit and receive microwave signals to detect motion.
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